||1. Cape Schanck, Mornington Peninsula -- 2. Greens Bush, Mornington Peninsula -- 3. Ocean Grove Foreshore, Bellarine Peninsula -- 4. Arthurs Seat, Mornington Peninsula -- 5. Point Leo to Balnarring, Mornington Peninsula -- 6. Portarlington to Indented Head, Bellarine Peninsula -- 7. Shoreham to Point Leo, Mornington Peninsula -- 8. Sorrento to Blairgowrie, Mornington Peninsula -- 9. Domino Trail, Great Dividing Range -- 10. Mount Martha, Mornington Peninsula -- 11. Red Hill to Merricks, Mornington Peninsula -- 12. Sassafras Creek, Dandenong Ranges -- 13. Sherbrooke Forest, Dandenong Ranges -- 14. Sugarloaf Reservoir Park, Christmas Hills -- 15. Yarra River, Southbank -- 16. Walhalla, Victorian Alps -- 17. Elwood to Sandringham, Port Phillip -- 18. Kororoit Creek, Williamstown to Altona -- 19. Maribyrnong River, Maribyrnong -- 20. Merri Creek, Clifton Hill -- 21. St Kilda to Port Melbourne, Port Phillip -- 22. Sandringham to Black Rock, Port Phillip -- 23. Yarra River, Abbotsford -- 24. Yarra River, Bulleen -- 25. Barwon River, Belmont -- 26. Hastings Bight, Western Port -- 27. Indented Head to St Leonards, Bellarine Peninsula -- 28. O'Shannassy Aqueduct Trail, Yarra Ranges National Park -- 29. Queenscliff to Point Lonsdale, Bellarine Peninsula -- 30. Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne -- 31. San Remo to Kilcunda, Western Port -- 32. Yarra River, Warrandyte.
Tour guide maps of Melbourne and surrounding region showing walks, trails, places of interest, parking, picnic areas, places to eat and toilets.
Title from box recto.
"Hydrography data (May 2006), Parks & Reserves data (August 2007) Transport data (November 2007)".
"Text, maps, form and design © Viola Design."
"Copyright. Based on data provided under licence from PSMA Australia Limited (www.psma.com.au)."
"Walking cards with easy-to-follow maps for the city and surrounds."--Box verso.
You don't have to go far from inner-city Melbourne to find trails through unspoilt landscapes teeming with native wildlife. All of the suggested trails in the Walks in Nature deck of cards are within two hours' drive from Melbourne and cover 32 trails for Melbourne and the surrounds. To help you plan an outing at any time of year, the cards are colour-coded according to season. Forest walks provide a cool respite in summer; inland walks through vineyards and farmland take in the colours of autumn; coastal walks can be enjoyed in winter when the sun isn't too strong; and walks rich with native flowering plants are spectacular in spring. With text and an image on one side, and an easy-to-follow map on the other, every card includes information on what you'll see along the trail and a suggested foodie stop, where you can refuel after your time immersed in nature.
Includes route on each map and distance, photo and tour information on verso.